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The Quick-frozen Foodstuffs Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Regulation 2(f)

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Regulation 2(a)(ii)

SCHEDULE 2SPECIFIED COMMUNITY PROVISIONS

1. Provision of Regulation 37/20052. Subject-matter
Article 2.1Requirement that the means of transport, warehousing and storage of quick frozen foodstuffs shall be fitted with suitable recording instruments to monitor, at frequent and regular intervals, the air temperature to which the quick frozen foodstuffs are subjected.
Article 2.2 – first sentence of first paragraphRequirement that all measuring instruments described in Article 2.1 of Regulation 37/2005 shall comply with EN 12830, EN 13485 and EN 13486 standards.
Article 2.2 – second sentence of first paragraphRequirement that food operators keep all relevant documents verifying that those measuring instruments conform to the relevant EN standard.
Article 2.3Requirement that temperature recording shall be dated and stored by the food operator for a period of at least a year, or for longer taking into account the nature and shelf life of the quick frozen foodstuffs.
Article 3.1 – first paragraphRequirement that during storage in retail display cabinets, or in the course of local distribution, the air temperature shall only be measured by at least one easily visible thermometer.
Article 3.1 – second paragraph (a) and (b)Requirement that in open retail cabinets the maximum load line of the cabinet shall be clearly marked and the thermometer shall indicate the temperature at the air return side at the level of that mark..

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